Cage – Darker Than Black Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. From the most unlikely of places, San Diego, California, comes Cage, classic metal’s hottest new act. “Darker Than Black” combines influences from across the realm of metal, from classic to

Nevermore – Enemies of Reality Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Three years later the follow up to quite possibly the finest Nevermore offering (Dead Heart in a Dead World) is unleashed. Enemies of Good Production, excuse me Enemies of Reality

The Black Dahlia Murder – Unhallowed Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Ah it’s the new generation of American short-haired metal that seems to be gaining lots of momentum these days in the “extreme” metal scene. I tell you what though this

Wormed – Planisphaerium Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Wormed is a band that has unearthed some serious fucking sickness in a fresh new concept that has never been seen to this extent in the world of brutal death

Entombed – Inferno Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Entombed is one of those legendary bands that for one reason or another I’ve never really sat down and listened to. The only album I’ve heard is Morning Star, which

Kalmah – Swampsong Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon I’m going to let you all in on a little secret I’ve known for awhile now – Kalmah kicks ass. 3 for 3. Not too many bands release three great

Amorphis – Far From The Sun Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Amorphis is a band that has been no stranger to change over their ten year career. Starting out as more of a melodic death band with some progressive influence, they

Ephel Duath – The Painter’s Palette Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ephel Duath’s The Painter’s Palette is a release that has had much hype surrounding it, mainly due to their record company. Formerly a duo that composed symphonic black metal, Ephel

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